Prince Mashawana better known as “SuperMash”, the first black child superhero in Africa will be releasing his first fictional book which will be available in all leading bookstores throughout Africa and the US.
The book is scheduled to be released in March/April of 2021. The book is the first of a series of fictional books by the young author and superhero.
The series will cover SuperMash and some of his friends and family as he shares his experiences of being a seven old child in Johannesburg, South Africa.
There are high levels of bullying, substance abuse and domestic violence for kids in South Africa, however he also takes on the responsibility of being a Superhero.
SuperMash strongly believes that every child can be their own hero for their friends and family. Using his wristband he has special powers that assists him in achieving his goal of helping kids. He does this by solving problems that are currently harming kids all around the country and the continent.
SuperMash defeats issues children in the country face daily like bullying, domestic violence, substance abuse, being adopted, the effects of divorce, discrimination, being homeless, balancing school work and extra mural activities, violence at schools and unsafe housing.
The SuperMash brand has a very busy year ahead with a number of comic books being released as well as other merchandise launching in stores towards the end of 2021.